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Mukkuri Hawehe

Ainu Folklore

This record contains the most comprehensive collection of traditional Mukkuri melodies and songs of the Ainu people.

The Mukkuri is the most important instrument of the Ainu, a minority people living on the northern islands (Hokkaido) of Japan. It is played by jerkily pulling a string attached at one side of the instrument. This not-quite-easy to learn technique is known in other regions of Asia, too.

Recorded and produced by Leo Tatagawa, Japan, 2001.

Origin Japan
CD Genre Folklore
Datenträgertyp Audio CD
Runtime 55:01:00
Year 2001

Availability: In stock | Delivery time EU: 5-14 days, WORLD: 5-20 days

Availability: In stock | Delivery time EU: 5-14 days, WORLD: 5-20 days

29.50 € ¹
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Sound Samples


Track List:
01. A Bear with a Cub
02. Dedicated to the Rivers of the World
03. Ikammukka Sauke
04. Water Striders' Rimse (dance)
05. Itasankata
06. Winter Forest
07. The Forest is Thawing
08. Karakara
09. A Talk between Friends
10. Footsteps of the Spring
11. Saoi
12. Cuckoo
13. Storm
14. Kapiw Upopo
15. Lakes
16. Ara Huu-ya
17. Spring Steam
18. View of a Garden
19. Urara Suye
20. Frog's Chorus
21. Kamuy Ihumke upopo
22. Kamuy Upopo
23. Hoiyapna
24. Kamuy Rimse
25. Hanro Ussa
26. Pasture
27. Ni ka ta Kuikui
28. A Talk between Mother and Daughter
29. Ihoren
30. The Sea is Rumbling
31. Kotankor Kamuy

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